carbonyl group

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the bivalent radical CO

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The susceptibility of the carbonyl group to nucleophilic attack is reduced by its attachment to electron-releasing alkyl groups that reduce the degree of positive charge on the carbon.
3 - carbonyl groups, mg/L 13,224 13,076 13,244 Samples of phenol water Item To dephenolation plant Sample number 4 5 4.
The aromatic C-H wag is also affected by the carbonyl group and shifted down to 723 [cm.
Chiral titanium complexes for enantioselective addition of nucleophiles to carbonyl groups.
To assess oxidative stress the concentration of oxidized LDL particles, as an effect of lipid oxidation, and the concentration of carbonyl groups resulting from oxidation of proteins were used.
PVC and polyesters form intermolecular force from hydrogen bonding between the carbonyl group of the ester and a [beta]-hydrogen in PVC, or from a dipole-dipole interaction between the carbonyl group of the ester and the chlorine atom in PVC [30, 31].
The electron availability in N1, N2, N4, N5 and N6 for protonation or metallic coordination in o-6, m-7 and p-8 is reduced by the carbonyl group proximity.
The carbonyl group is an electronic group offering interesting synthetic possibilities.
The shadowy carbonyl group met for the 12th time in June 2004 in Burlington, Vermont to discuss the three families of carbonyl metabolizing enzymes: alcohol dehydrogenase, adlehyde dehydrogenase, and carbonyl reductase.
The detection of carbonyl group formation is a standard test for oxidative damage to proteins.
49) could be fixed between phenyl and carbonyl group due to its NMR chemical shift.
Most current assays for the detection of CO groups in oxidized proteins are based on the derivatization of the carbonyl group with DNPH, which leads to the formation of a dinitrophenyl (DNP) hydrazine product that can be recognized by specific antibodies [38,39].
The hard domains, by means of the urethane group, act as physical crosslinks since hydrogen bonding is formed between the N-H bond of a segment and the carbonyl group of other segment.